Don’t Waste Time and Start Woofing – Australia and its Organic Farms

When you want to take up WOOFing, Australia is one of the best destinations you can choose from. Many people are still in the dark about this, but if you know what to look for, you will find that some of the most diverse WOOFing opportunities in the world are found here.

What Can You Do in Australia?

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Queensland is famous for its olive tea production farms, cultural exchange opportunities and exquisite accommodation options, while in the Northern Territory you can find butterfly farms, as well as beautiful bird ponds and waterfalls.
Southern Australia is great for animal lovers, providing volunteers with husbandry and general farming work on alpacas farms. Also, on Kangaroo island, friendly hosts can help you learn more about horticultural and grafting techniques.

For those looking for volunteer work related to WOOFing, Australia is literally like a gold mine that can offer you the best opportunities to work, grow and enjoy yourself to the fullest.
If you’re serious about becoming an accomplished WOOFer, make sure to check our guide on all you need to know about WOOFing to find out more about what this great opportunity entails.

Check Out Creative Projects and Backyard Farming

If you thought that WWOOFing was only set aside for countryside settings where everything looks and feels like a traditional farm, you may be in for a surprise when you hear of suburban families located in large cities like Melbourne who have transformed their properties in order to promote backyard farming.

[easyazon_image align=”left” height=”160″ identifier=”1101879874″ locale=”US” src=”” tag=”woofing-20″ width=”104″]Hobart, Tasmania is also a place where those looking for alternative and creative work in the WOOFing business can find just what they need. In the Tasmanian organic fruit and vegetable gardens, volunteers can help with anything from weeding, mulching and watering to economic foot printing

As you can see, when it comes to WOOFing, Australia is clearly on top of the game, providing all types of exciting opportunities that you may not even have thought of; so, don’t waste time and file your requests to enjoy the hospitality and the training of some of the best Australian hosts out there.


  1. I have done family organic farming, more recently interested in Permaculture practices. Holmgren’s Melliodora and Lawton’s Zaytuna are two in the reading which intrigue me. I have opportunity this September to take a permaculture design class near home in Maryland, USA. Would really love rather to try an approach like this,

  2. Thank you for your interest in Island being part of Australia, I suggest you refer to this page for further information (as the membership fees to become a wwoofer in Australia). If you want to learn more about woofing on Kangaroo Island, you might find this blog interesting as it was written by a wwoofer in KI.

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